It’s 2017. People shop in a variety of ways. With Black Friday weekend just beginning, and major brands preparing big Cyber Monday discounts, they’ll make sure that deals are available over the internet.
With Motorola’s event all set to go, a report has been released in regard to a phone that may closely resemble something to come later today. According to sources, Google’s upcoming Pixel 2 smartphone will be powered by a yet-to-be announced Snapdragon 836 processor from chip-maker Qualcomm.
After confirming a partnership a few weeks ago, Google and PayPal have struck a deal to support Android Pay inside the popular payment application.
Now is a good time to be an Android Wear fan with all the options now available following the not so good fall. Android Wear has entered the spotlight yet again today as TAG Heuer announced a new smartwatch in that of its Connected Modular 45. The watch is aimed at the high-end market and comes with Android Wear 2.0 as well as the Google Assistant pre-loaded. Let’s have a look shall we.
According to a recent report, LG Electronics is planning to adopt MST (Magnetic Secure Transmission) for the mobile payment system in the LG G6 smartphone, due out in the spring of 2017. LG will retire its current “White Card” method for mobile payments that was in development for over a year.
Samsung Pay has added more support to its existing contactless payment service. The latest addition to Samsung Pay is Capital One, which includes twelve different cards you can sign up using.
It’s been awhile since we got a Samsung Pay update. But with the latest one, Samsung proved it worthy. Version 2.3 of Samsung Pay gains iris scanning and cloud syncing functionality. Hit the break for full details and availability.
Google has recently expanded support for Android Pay to several banks, with Chase being the latest addition. Chase customers join the club today as the bank has released support for the payment service to its customers. Android Pay is now available to Android users with all types of Chase Visa credit cards, debit cards and Chase Liquid cards.